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Sign Manufacturing Day 2017 to Include 62 Companies

Oct. 6 event to involve 66 locations across the US and Canada.




The Intl. Sign Assn. (ISA; Alexandria, VA) announces that some 62 sign, graphics and visual communications companies in 66 locations will address one of the most pressing workforce issues — recruiting the next generation of workers — during Sign Manufacturing Day 2017. The event will be held Oct. 6, throughout the US and Canada. Sign Manufacturing Day, in conjunction with the National Assn. of Manufacturers, is now in its fifth year. Participation has dramatically increased each year; in its inaugural event in 2013, nine companies in 13 locations participated.

That same day, the Sign Research Foundation will reach university students and professors of interior design, landscape architecture and urban planning at a workshop in conjunction with Michigan State Univ.’s School of Planning, Design, and Construction. The day-long workshop will include sessions on wayfinding in an urban environment and sign fabrication materials and methods. Attendees also will learn more about signage within a campus setting and then visit the university’s 1855 Place, a mixed-use development incorporating housing, offices and parking.

Participating companies are provided a toolkit that helps them connect with area educators and helps them showcase the diverse careers available in the sign, graphics and visual communications industry. In 2017, more than 2,600 students visited a sign, graphics and visual communications company as part of Sign Manufacturing Day.

Companies scheduled to participate in 2017 are:

Accurate Signs, Mesquite, TX

AD/S Companies, Corona, CA

AGS, Exton, PA


Allen Industries, Greensboro, NC

Arrow Sign, Oakland, CA

ASG (Advance Sign Group), Columbus, OH

Baker Signs and Manufacturing, Conroe, TX

Blanchett Neon, Edmonton, AB, Canada

DaNite Sign Company, Columbus, OH


DaVinci Sign Systems, Inc., Windsor, CO

Day Nite Neon Signs, Darmouth, NS

Design Center Signs, Tyler, TX

Design Communications, Ltd, Orlando

Design Team Sign Company LLC, Savannah, TN

Enseignes Geneau Sign, Moncton, NB, Canada


Enseignes Plus, Châteauguay, QC

Envisage Signs, Anaheim, CA

Faces, Pelham, AL

FDC Graphic Films, Inc., South Bend, IN

Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Racine, WI

Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Euless, TX

Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Oceanside, CA

Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Jacksonville, TX

Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC, Delaware, OH

Gordon Sign Co., Denver

Hansen Signs, Moncton, NB, Canada

Hilton Displays, Greensville, SC

Howard Industries, Fairview, PA

ISF Sign Specialists, Indianapolis

Jones Signs, De Pere, WI

JSJ Electrical Display, Fairfield, CA

Lewis Sign, Buda, TX

LNS Legacy National Signs, Dallas

LSI Industries, Inc., North Canton, OH

Mattatall Signs, Ltd., Dartmouth, NS

Midtown Signs, LLC, Kansas City, MO

Midwest Light & Sign, Farmington, MO

Montreal Neon Signs, Laval, QC, Canada

North American Signs, South Bend, IN

Pattison Sign, Penticton, BC

Persona Inc., Watertown, SD

Poblocki Sign Company, Milwaukee

Poyant Signs, Inc., New Bedford, MA

Ramsay Signs, Portland, OR

Robert Amerding Company, San Jose, CA

Schurle Signs, Lawrence, KS

Scott Paragon Signs, Richmond BC, Canada

Selkirk Signs & Services Ltd, Cranbrook, BC, Canada

Serigraphics Sign Systems, Inc., Golden Valley, MN

Sign-Age of Tampa Bay, Clearwater, FL

Signarama (Corporate), West Palm Beach, FL

Signs by Crannie, Flint, MI


Signtech Electrical Advertising, Inc., San Diego, CA

Skyline Sign Services Ltd, Edmonton, AB, Canada

Sleek Advertising Ltd, Regina, SK, Canada

Spectra Advertising, Concord, ON, Canada

St. Clair Signs, Taylors, SC

Star Signs LLC, Lawrence, KS

Steel Art Company, Norwood, MA

Stone s Signs, Saint Charles, MO

Superior Electrical Advertising Inc., Long Beach, CA

Think Digital Signs, Edina, MN

ThinkSign, Inc., Louisville, KY

Twilight Signs & Neon, Inc., Bolton, ON

YESCO, Las Vegas

To learn more about Sign Manufacturing Day, visit or visit ISA’s Career Center,



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